A one day Training programme on “Modern Nursery Production for Livelihood Security” was organized at Agricultural College, Jagtial on 05.02.2020 with the financial assistance from ICAR under SC-Sub Plan scheme 2019-2020. The program was presided over by Dr. K. B. Suneetha Devi, Associate Dean and Mr. A. Umarajasekhar, Assistant Professor anchored the programme. Thirty Five (35) Scheduled Caste farmers from Gullapeta, Anantharam, Anthargam, Laxmipur and Polasa villages have attended the programme. Dr. K. B. Suneetha Devi, Associate Dean has given awareness on terrace gardening and its importance in daily life was explained. She also said that this terrace gardening helps not only in maintaining health and environment but also gives great aesthetic, pleasure besides meeting the vegetable requirement of a family. Dr. P. Swarna Sree, Professor & Head (Entomology) in her address said that as vegetables are considered to be a part of our life, it’s our sole responsibility to take care of ourselves and our families. Dr. M. Balram, Professor & Head (GPBR) said that planning for the kitchen garden is useful for successful production of our own vegetable requirement. He also added that women farmers play a major role in family health and subsistence. Further the programme continued with the presentations of Dr. K. Chandrasekhar, Assistant Professor, about types, importance and preparation of growing media for nursery production; Mrs. C. Yamuna, Assistant Professor deliberated on pest and disease management in nursery production. Mr. A. Umarajasekhar, Assistant Professor explained the role of bio-fertilizers in nursery production. The dignitaries on the dias have released two pamphlets on ‘Management of Pests and Diseases in Vegetable Nursery’ and ‘Importance of Soil Mix in Kitchen Gardens’. Later the kitchen garden kits were distributed to the farmers. Dr. T. Sravan Kumar, Assistant Professor advised the farmers to subscribe the PJTSAU Agricultural Videos (Youtube Channel). Later a field visit was organized by Dr. P. Arun Kumar and Dr. Y. Archana Karuni, Assistant Professors to show different propagation techniques of horticultural crops. The final year students undergoing the AELP programme have demonstrated the preparation of soil mixture and methods for raising nursery. The students explained their AELP activities to farmers on construction, structures and techniques in raising crops under polyhouses. The programme concluded by taking feedback from the farmers.